Monthly archive

February, 2016

  • Convicted murderer Dewey Coleman died Sunday of natural causes at the Lewistown Infirmary in Lewistown, according to a Montana Prison press release. Coleman had been convicted in the July 4, 1974 rape, kidnapping and death of Rosebud woman Peggy Harstad, who was 21. Coleman was from Boise, Idaho and was 27 at the time. According to court records,...
  • Miles Pioneers teams head to Glendive Monday for a local rivarly competition.  Midrivers will be the sponsor and holding games during halftime. You will have the opportunity to win an LG tablet and other door prizes. Come out and support your Miles CC Lady Pioneers and Pioneers!  
  • The U14 girls hockey team has had an excellent season and they are on their way to Butte to participate in state. “All the squirt players, coaches, and parents want to wish the U14 Girls Good Luck this weekend in Butte, MT as the compete in their state.  GOOD LUCK GIRLS,” said Brandon Taylor Generals hockey manager.  
  • First round results for the Custer County Cowboys Friday at the Montana State Wrestling Tournament at the Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings. 113 lbs. — Kon Speelmon pinned by Winfeld West from Comumbia Falls 1:06 126 lbs. — Joe Murnion pinned by Colten Serkel from Beaverhead in :18 132 lbs. — Jacob Swope pinned by Cameron Brown from...
  • The Cowboys had their final home game of the season Thursday night against the St. Labre Braves. The Cowboys finished their season strong winning 81-48, making them undefeated at home for the regular season. The CCDHS gymnasium was standing room only by the time the game started. An intense match up for the Cowboys, the Braves were fairly evenly...
  • The Miles City Unified Board of Trustees will add the building reserve levy for Custer County District High School to the school election on Tuesday, May 3.  In last month’s meeting of the board, the possibility of putting a building reserve levy on the upcoming ballot was discussed. It was decided in the January meeting that the...
  • A son was born to Jacy Kittelmann and AJ Graber of Miles City on Friday, January 29, 2016, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
  • Coach Jon Harris has been with the Cowboy wrestling program for 16 years, and he has taken athletes to state every year.  “At least somebody gets to go every year,” said Harris. With the divisions combining, they send the top eight of each weight class to state, instead of the previous four from each division. Sixteen kids from...
  • Coach Jon Harris has been with the Cowboy wrestling program for 16 years, and he has taken athletes to state every year.  “At least somebody gets to go every year,” said Harris. With the divisions combining, they send the top eight of each weight class to state, instead of the previous four from each division. Sixteen kids from...
  •   The MCC Pioneers basketball teams traveled to Powell,  Wyo., to take on the Northwest College Rustlers Wednesday. The teams split the evening with the men on top 89-70, while the ladies lost 74-70. The men’s team has really come together at the end of their season. Coach Chase Tait has stated that he wanted them to play...